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Africa on film: myth and reality [edited by] Richard A. Maynard.


Rochelle Park, N.J., Hayden Book Co. [1974].
ISBN 0810458969

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Subjects Africa in motion pictures.
Description vii, 84 p.
Contents Editor's introd.: How dark is a continent?--pt. 1. Facts about Africa: Bohannon, P. The myth and the fact. Curtin, P. D. Investigating Africa's past.--pt. 2. The rise of the myth: Jordan, W. The myth of the savage. Curtin, P. D. The promise and the terror of a tropical environment.--pt. 3. The myth and the media: Burroughs, E. R. From Tarzan of the Apes. Tarzan, the Ape Man [from] New York times. Haggard, H. R. From King Solomon's mines. Bwana Metro makes a piksha, advertisement [from] New York times. An impressive jungle melodrama [from] New York times. Trader Horn, educational promotion. Stanley and Livingston [from] New York times. Stanley and Livingston, screen story. Slade, R. Stanley in the Congo. Anderson, R. The nun's story.--pt. 4. Repudiating the myth: Onepede, O. Hollywood's holy war against Africa. Patterson, L. In movies, whitey is still king.--Filmography (p. )
Geographic Area Africa
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00858871
(OCoLC)858871
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